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The candidates will all go on to run in the DC General Election on November 8, 2022.
Workers overcome many months of hurdles to unionize with UFCW Local 400.
“This is precisely the outcome we fought for all these years.”
The results are in: members voted 301-249 in favor of adopting the new contract.
Primary Elections in Maryland are Tuesday, July 19th! Make a plan to vote with our voter guide.
The two UFCW local unions have nearly 6,000 members in Prince George’s County.
Three UFCW unions with a combined membership of 28,500 Marylanders have announced endorsements in 2022 Primary Elections.
Primary Elections in DC are Tuesday, June 21st! Make a plan to vote with our voter guide.
Get the details on our upcoming tele-town hall and vote on the next Roanoke union contract with Kroger.
The two-year agreement also adds Juneteenth as an additional paid holiday.
Workers at the popular Charlottesville eatery are unionizing with UFCW Local 400.
Owner Cullen Gilchrist has attempted to undermine Union Kitchen workers’ rights at every opportunity.
KP workers in the DMV and Baltimore regions have unionized with United Food & Commercial Workers.
We met with company representatives and presented them with our goals for a new contract.
UFCW Local 400 union leader Kenny Pinkard was recently featured in an article in Chesapeakeville.
In 2022, the UFCW Charity Foundation will award several scholarships, up to $8,000 each. Find out if you are eligible and apply today!
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Soon we will begin negotiating our next union contract with Kroger for the Roanoke region. But first we need to hear from you!
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Because of your UFCW membership, you and your family members can earn an associate degree online from a public, accredited community college – with no out-of-pocket costs to you. The process is simple and can save you thousands of dollars.